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November 11, 2012


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list 2-5 worst things about my works, and i'll list 2-5 i like BEST about yours

georgypoo Featured By Owner Nov 11, 2012  Hobbyist
yup, list 2-5 things you find most terrible in my works, and I'll reply with 2-5 BEST things i like about yours ^ ^ unless you want me to list terrible things instead, i would be willing to do that too =v=
if you are too lazy to acutally look into my gallery, here are some more recent ones for you to look at I guess

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Porto881 Featured By Owner Nov 18, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
First, I really like your works a lot.

But since you asked...

1. The characters' faces are too... soft, if that makes sense. Almost everyone has a baby face, haha. Maybe it's a personal choice, but I don't care for it.
2. I think a bigger contrast between your lights and darks would make your pieces pop more.
3. A lot of your monochrome pieces are very detailed, while many of your full color pieces are less detailed.

That's about it. I'm not very nit-picky x)

If you don't mind, I'd like to hear good and bad things about my art. If you don't feel like doing both, just list the bad stuff. I'm sure there's plenty to list, heheh.
Ricardo-Santiago Featured By Owner Nov 17, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist

Let's see... first off, your work is quite good, but since you want me to be harsh, harsh i shall be :D
It's hard to find imperfections, let alone "terrible" things but...
1- They look slightly unfinished when it comes to body and BG
2- The air could use a bit more polish and contrasting lightning
3- the eyes of the third one are not exacly symetrical, as well the pink haired girl's eye, which looks bland
4- Running out o ideias

And thats all :D i would prefer if you pointed out the "terrible" in mine as well, i can take it :D
VioleRodrigo Featured By Owner Nov 17, 2012

1. Only one background out of 27 deviantions. That's like, no backgrounds at all.
2. In most of your pieces you cut your characters at chest or waist height and leave out things like arms, hands, elbows. You cut too many things out, and even if that can work sometimes, generally kills the potential movement of the poses and makes everything look more static.
3. You colour beautifully, but I think you stay too much in the midtones, and that makes everything look flat even if you put an effort to render shades. Working a bit with contrast, more highlights and darker dark areas it would have much more volume.

And this one I like a lot. It's very expressive.
VioleRodrigo Featured By Owner Nov 17, 2012
And please, feel free to coment on the worst things in my drawings too. I'd like to hear some criticism :)
zc1995 Featured By Owner Nov 17, 2012
1.The background is too plain =3
That's about it >A<
Isho13 Featured By Owner Nov 16, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
This'll be hard, you're amazing :noes:

:bulletred: You cut things. In 'Golden smile' you cut the girl's wings. On 'Part of me' her ear is touching the canvas' border. I don't know shit about composition, but I know that should be avoided...
:bulletblue: Mainly portraits. Many artists love doing portraits, and some of them are amazing at it :la: But the gallery can get boring if it only has portraits.
:bulletyellow: NEON COLORS FTW!! Maybe it's just a matter of taste, but I prefer how you colored 'Part of me', with the bright and lively colors on her, and the dark, less saturated background, rather than, for example, 'What is this kid doing', where all the colors are shiny and saturated. That background is blinding. Blindening. Blindicating. I don't know the exact word, sorry. :XD:
:bulletpurple: Varied subjects. If you like drawing people, then draw varied people! :la: In your gallery there are mainly cute girls and kids, almost no boys, and no adult women and men.
:bulletgreen: Skill level. Stop being so much better than me! :XD: Just kidding, I just didn't know what else to add lol I told you it was difficult. :)

So, I'll wait for the 5 things you point out, either good or bad. All beedback is much appreciated. :nod:
LOSTgnosis Featured By Owner Nov 15, 2012  Student General Artist
They are well done. Hmm that said I suppose range of shading is limited (brighter side). Range of softness and hardness is limited (on soft end).

tsundoku Featured By Owner Nov 15, 2012  Student Writer
Try working more with colours and thicker lines. Think about the use of contrast within your images. What details should stick out? What needs to blend in? I would also play more with realism. When you mix fantasy (or anime) with elements of realism, you get something truly original. Try and find focal points and details for the viewer to hone in on. You definitely have something there.
georgypoo Featured By Owner Nov 15, 2012  Hobbyist
thank you for your thoughful comment!
I'm sorry i cant really give you much about your works since Ii'm not that good with literature, I hope that is okay :(
gozgaz1 Featured By Owner Nov 14, 2012
well, here's some of my observations on yours
1. look a bit too static (some of them, mostly the ones that you colored in)
2. when you color, come details of the clothes, emotion and angles get smoothed out
3. other than the 2 above, i love your line art, you seem to be at best when you do line art :)
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